Women’s Health – Quiz

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Certified Herbalist Women's Health
You'll need to correctly answer at least 31 of the 38 questions below (at least 80%) to progress to the next lesson.
Question #1: Menstrual cramps are primarily located in this area of the body
Question #2: Recent studies have said that menstrual cramps can be as strong as a
Question #3: This astringent herb is found in many menstrual and women's health issues?
Question #4: These herbs are good for the following type of tincture? Red Raspberry, Nettle, Rosehips, and Dandelion. This is the primary actions of the combination of these herbs in relation to this section.
Question #5: A good calcium blend tonic would contain
Question #6: These herbs, crampbark, wild yam, and motherwort, have a primary action supporting what health issue.
Question #7: These herbs are helpful when someone has low iron
Question #8: What is a sign of menstrual bleeding that indicates the need to see a care provider?
Question #9: The following herbs skullcap, papaya enzymes, and wild cherry bark are helpful for this condition. All three need to have this action.
Question #10: These herbs are good for this issue, ginger, peach leaf, red raspberry.
Question #11: This herb is a great herb for hemorrhoids, often the first choice and in most products for this issue.
Question #12: This application is made with a clean cloth and a strong infusion or decoction and applied topically.
Question #13: This herb is a great uterine tonic herb. It is considered the first choice for uterine herbs, it is can be said to look like a uterus.
Question #14: This fruit is great for middle of the night leg cramps.
Question #15: If one has a threatened miscarriage
Question #16: What is this herb's latin name - Blue Cohosh
Question #17: You should avoid Angelica when pregnant because
Question #18: The latin name of Feverfew is
Question #19: These two herbs are often used in labor, but not pregnancy together
Question #20: This herb is a uterine and menstrual stimulant; may cause premature contractions or abortion.
Question #21: This herb is a hormonal stimulant to avoid unless under professional guidance. Professional guidance would be under the care of a doctor or midwife for pregnancy.
Question #22: Vaginal infection caused by the fungal organism, Candida albicans is also called a
Question #23: Some herbs good for yeast infections are
Question #24: Lactobacillus (acidophilus), is bacteria that help keep fungus under control is found in.
Question #25: With Endometriosis this herb is a hormone normalizer
Question #26: Profuse menstruation is defined by
Question #27: If someone thinks they have trichomoniasis what is the first step
Question #28: Trichomoniasis is a
Question #29: Some good herbs for hot flashes are?
Question #30: These herbs Alfalfa, burdock, blue cohosh, cayenne, chlorophyll, dandelion, kelp, mullein, parsley are rich in
Question #31: These herbs Alfalfa, dandelion, garlic, papaya, rosehips, horseradish, lobelia, yellow dock are rich in
Question #32: These herbs Alfalfa, blue cohosh, chamomile, cayenne, chlorophyll, dandelion, Irish moss, kelp, rosehips, yarrow, yellow dock are rich in
Question #33: What is the current pregnancy loss statistic
Question #34: These are other names for what herb, Black Snakeroot, Bugbane, Rattleroot, Rattleweed, Bugwort.
Question #35: Mistletoe (Phoradendron serotinum) Not considered safe in pregnancy.
Question #36: Excessive estrogen causes endometriosis. My first suggestion is to stop eating meat and
dairy and see what happens. Try cutting caffeine and stop drinking alcohol and use flax
seed oil.
Question #37: Herbs can be used to stop a miscarriage once it has started.
Question #38: Rosehips offer one of the highest levels of vitamin C.